Why Buy New?

Have you looked at a new home lately? Today’s new homes are better than ever. Bright, open interiors. A healthy, comfortable indoor environment. Low-maintenance materials inside and out. Solid energy-efficient construction. All the features you want for today’s lifestyle.

Professional new home builders are using advanced design, materials and construction techniques to provide home buyers with the widest range of options and great value.

Buying a brand new home is a big decision and an important investment, and there is a lot to think about. You want to buy with confidence, enjoy the experience and know that you have made the best decision for you and your family.

Typically the process of buying a brand new home takes place over time and in several stages. To begin with, you want to take some time deciding on your priorities-what you want in a home, where you want to live and how much you want to spend-and then exploring what’s available.

Once you have narrowed your choices down to one community, one builder and one home, you are ready to work out the details and sign a contract with your builder. Then it’s time to step back and let the builder do the work.

Latest Updates

Construction community concerned about revamped development charges

Karen Hansen from Pratt Homes says she’s ‘never seen a DC bylaw rushed through so quickly’; Developers ask for more time to review data by: Raymond Bowe As the city works toward an overhaul of its development charges, people in the construction community are hammering home concerns that the process is moving too quickly and mistakes could be […]

Adjudication panellists urge parties to ‘pay up’ or face consequences

  Panellists presiding over a recent Osgoode Professional Development session on the repercussions of Ontario’s new construction adjudication system had a simple message for parties who might end up on the losing end of disputes: unless you are ready to deal with all sorts of troublesome consequences, just pay up. Construction lawyers James Little and […]

Ford government ‘has vision’ to build homes, protect environment: developer

One-size-fits-all approach in face of rapid growth doesn’t work, writes Joe Vaccaro, CEO of the Ontario Home Builders’ Association The arrival on Jan. 1, 2019 of a regulation mandating sprinklers in care facilities suggests the province is moving in the right direction, said veteran fire chief Ralph Dominelli. Simply put, taking a one-size-fits-all provincial approach […]

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